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The Loneliest Planet - Official Trailer | Sundance Selects

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Published on Jul 6, 2012

Starring: Gael García Bernal, Bidzina Gudjabidze, and Hani Furstenberg

"A film you will never forget because it turns on the kind of small incident that could happen to any of us and alter our life in just a few seconds...You have to see THE LONELIEST PLANET, for it is one of those works that prepares you for life, that make you wary, alive and responsible, and which well, you'll never forget it...Loktev is one of the most radical, intelligent and talented filmmakers now at work. THE LONELIEST PLANET is an experience you deserve. So search it out."
-David Thomson, The New Republic

THE LONELIEST PLANET
A film by Julia Loktev | 113 Minutes




Not Yet Rated | A Sundance Selects Release
In Theaters October 26th

Alex and Nica are young, in love and engaged to be married. The summer before their wedding, they are backpacking in the Caucasus Mountains in Georgia. The couple hire a local guide to lead them on a camping trek, and the three set off into a stunning wilderness, a landscape that is both overwhelmingly open and frighteningly closed. Walking for hours, they trade anecdotes, play games to pass the time of moving through space. And then, a momentary misstep, a gesture that takes only two or three seconds, a gesture that's over almost as soon as it begins. But once it is done, it can't be undone. Once it is done, it threatens to undo everything the couple believed about each other and about themselves. All the while, they are not alone. They are always with the guide, who witnesses their every move. The film plays off the relationship between young travelers and the places they travel to, between guide and guided. But at heart, it is a love story -- a tale about betrayal, both accidental and deliberate, about masculinity, failure and the ambiguities of forgiveness.

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